Jesse James will have a Week 17 tilt against the Browns, who have allowed four touchdowns to opposing tight ends over the last three weeks.
Chris Boswell will have a Sunday matchup against the Browns after attempting one or fewer field goal attempts in two of his last four games.
Ladarius Green will take on the Browns in Week 17 after missing last week’s game with a concussion, and it seems unlikely that the Steelers will use him in a game that has no playoff implications.
Cameron Meredith has scored or topped 100 yards in three straight games, seeing 33 targets in that span entering Sunday's season finale against a Vikings defense that has allowed six touchdown passes in the last two weeks.
Eli Rogers will face the Browns in Week 17, after averaging 79.5 yards along with one touchdown over his last two contests.
Adam Thielen has at least 86 yards in three of his last four games and has emerged as the Vikings top receiving threat entering a Week 17 finale against a Bears secondary that has allowed three receivers to top 93 yards in the last two games.
Tyrod Taylor had three touchdown passes last weekend, and will face a reeling New York Jets defense on Sunday that's allowed 30 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 30th in the NFL.
Dan Carpenter missed two field goals last weekend, but faces a New York Jets squad in Week 17 that's allowing 26.6 points per game, which is 29th in the NFL.
Brandon LaFell will have a Sunday tilt against the Ravens after posting at least 91 receiving yards and three of his last four games.
Robbie Gould is likely to stay busy with New York's pass-oriented attack clashing with the league's 25th-ranked pass defense Sunday.
Mason Crosby is averaging 9.3 points over the past three weeks heading into a matchup with a Lions defense that allowed 42 points last week and 34 to the Packers the last time these two faced off.
Justin Tucker will face the Bengals on Sunday after connecting on nine field goals over his last three games.
Jerick McKinnon has four yards or better per carry in three of his last four games while catching at least five passes in each of those outings, giving him some surprising upside against a Bears defense that has allowed seven rushing scores in their last two outings.
Caleb Sturgis could be called upon more than expected Sunday against a Cowboys team that could choose to rest some starters after clinching the top seed in the NFC.
Alex Collins will serve as the primary running back against the league-worst 49ers run defense Sunday if Thomas Rawls (shoulder) can't suit up, but Rawls is expected to play.
Robert Turbin is tied for second on the Indianapolis Colts with seven touchdowns (six rushing, one receiving) and has scored four times in the last four games entering Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank 23rd in rushing touchdowns allowed.
Eric Ebron is coming off of a season-high 93 yards and has at least four catches in four straight games heading into a matchup against the Packers 29th ranked pass defense.
The beneficiary of another healthy scratch of Doug Martin, Jacquizz Rodgers will look to run wild on Sunday against a Panthers defense Rodgers shredded for 101 rushing yards in Week 5.
Steve Smith will be up against the Bengals in Week 17 after averaging 57 yards while scoring two touchdowns over his last four games.
Injuries to T.J. Yeldon (ankle) and Chris Ivory (hamstring) make Grant a possible lead back for Week 17 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 23rd in rushing defense (116.3 ypg).
Kai Forbath has at least two field goals in every game since Thanksgiving and should have some opportunities in Week 17 against a Bears defense that has allowed 71 points over the past two weeks.
Pierre Garcon has recorded between 50 and 100 yards on 10 different occasions this season, and should fall in that range once again Sunday against the 22nd-ranked Giants secondary.
Sam Bradford quietly has 290 yards or more in three straight games, and while his scoring upside is limited against a Bears defense that has allowed only two touchdown passes in the last four weeks, Bradford's floor seems safer than many other quarterbacks in Week 17 who could share snaps in games that matter little to the playoff picture.
Rex Burkhead will take on the Ravens this Sunday, and he could be in for an expanded role if Jeremy Hill is limited or inactive due to the knee injury he battled through last week.
Devontae Booker set career highs in targets, catches and receiving yards last week, and could see a larger workload Sunday against the Raiders with the Broncos eliminated from the playoffs and in talent evaluation mode.
Graham Gano hit all three field goals he attempted last week, and will look to end his season on a high note in Week 17 against the Bucs, whom he missed his only attempt against in Week 5.
Kenneth Dixon will have a Week 17 matchup against the Bengals, who he posted 80 total yards against in Week 13.
Matt Moore has six touchdown passes in two starts, but faces a New England defense on Sunday that's allowed just 19 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for seventh in the NFL.
Wil Lutz hit all three field goal attempts last week and gets to kick indoors in a likely high-scoring affair in Sunday’s match against the Falcons.
Alshon Jeffery has at least eight target in six straight games and is averaging 90.5 yards in his two games since returning from suspension, seemingly giving him a safe floor even if he's matched up exclusively with Vikings corner Xavier Rhodes on Sunday.
J.J. Nelson takes a four-game scoring streak into Sunday's season finale against the ninth-ranked Rams pass defense.
Alex Smith threw less than two TD passes last week for the eighth straight game, but could rebound Sunday when he faces a Chargers defense he had his best performance of the season against back in Week 1.
Darren Sproles should get plenty of touches Sunday against the Cowboys, as he and Byron Marshall are the only healthy Eagles running backs left.
Alfred Blue is in line to be the Houston Texans' lead back if they decide to limit Lamar Miller (ankle) for a second straight game in Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans' fifth-ranked rushing defense (91.1 ypg).
Cairo Santos saw multiple field goal attempts last week for just the second time in the last six games, but should get plenty of work Sunday as the Chiefs look to keep their chances of an AFC West title alive.
C.J. Fiedorowicz returned to action after missing one game due to a concussion and will be ready to roll in Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 12th in yards allowed per game to tight ends (52.2 ypg).
Kenny Stills has found the end zone in three-straight games, but will face a New England defense in Week 17 that's yielded 19 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for seventh in the NFL.
Ryan Succop has made 15 straight field goals and ranks 21st in scoring with 6.6 points-per-game entering Week 17 against the Houston Texans, who rank 10th in scoring defense (20.3 ppg).
Tyler Boyd will face the Ravens on Sunday after catching five passes for 62 yards in his last meeting against them.
Roberto Aguayo knocked in his only field goal attempt and has gone 14-for-16 on field goals in November and December after missing five of his first 12 attempts, and will look to end the year on a high note this Sunday against the Panthers.
John Brown managed a season-high 10 catches for 144 yards against the Rams in Week 4, but Arizona's No. 3 wide receiver is unlikely to replicate that success in Sunday's rematch.
Byron Marshall will get most of the rushing workload Sunday against the top-ranked Dallas run defense with Ryan Mathews out due to a herniated disc.
Cody Parkey will take on the Steelers in Week 17 after making exactly two field goals in three of his last four games.
Entering the final week of the regular season and with no chance of qualifying for the postseason, Donte Moncrief is a big question mark for Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars' third-ranked receiving defense (220.4 ypg) due to a shoulder injury.
Chris Ivory's hamstring injury leaves him questionable entering Week 17 against the Indianapolis Colts' 23rd-ranked rushing defense (116.3 ypg).
Dennis Pitta will have a Sunday matchup with the Bengals, who have allowed four opposing tight end to post at least 42 receiving yards against them over their last four games.
Trevor Siemian threw for 283 yards and two TDs in Week 9's meeting with the Raiders, but with the Broncos eliminated from the playoffs and in talent evaluation mode, he could give way to Paxton Lynch at some point in Week 17.
Robert Woods has fallen down the depth chart in terms of targets, though he could find some extra room in Week 17 against a soft Jets passing defense that's allowed 30 passing touchdowns in 2016.
C. J. Uzomah will take on the Ravens in Week 17, as he’s expected to take over the starting role for Tyler Eifert, who is expected to be inactive for the contest.
Matt Barkley has topped 300 yards in consecutive games, but has eight interceptions in that span and should see less opportunity Sunday against Minnesota, as the Vikings are unlikely to jump on the Bears early, and thus not necessitating a pass heavy offense.